The ABC Cheese Factory, home of Tilba Club cheese is located in the heritage village of Central Tilba, was established in 1891 and was the first cheese co-operative in New South Wales. Tilba Club Cheese is...
Taste delicious Clyde River, Tuross and Wagonga Inlet oysters, savour local cheeses and elegant wines, enjoy waterside dining and fresh fish, and browse growers markets in beautiful Eurobodalla. The weekly SAGE Farmers Market in Moruya and the Narooma Oyster Festival are fabulous events.
Delicious delights of Eurobodalla
Savour the delectable delights of beautiful Eurobodalla, from oysters and wines to cheeses and a mouth-watering range of fresh produce and gourmet treats. There are markets, cheese factories, wineries and a delicious selection of restaurants in this wonderful region on the NSW South Coast.
Batemans Bay is at the heart of Australia’s Oyster Coast, where Clyde River oysters are harvested in clean estuary waters. Other major oyster-growing areas in pristine waters include the Tuross estuary at Tuross Head and Wagonga Inlet in Narooma, home of the Narooma Oyster Festival.
For freshly shucked oysters at the farm gate, visit Wray Street Oyster Shed and the Pearly Oyster Bar and Farm in Batemans Bay. On the Pier is one of Batemans Bay’s best restaurants and serves the famous Clyde River oysters. There are more waterfront dining experiences, such as River Moruya in Moruya.
One of the best growers markets in Australia is the SAGE Farmers Market, every Tuesday afternoon in Moruya, a popular destination for outdoor adventure such as skydiving and kayaking. Eurobodalla is also one of the oldest dairying regions in Australia, producing quality cheeses since the 1870s.
In Bodalla, visit the Bodalla Dairy Cheese Factory and the Bodalla Dairy Shed, which serves traditional milkshakes using fresh local milk. In the heritage village of Central Tilba, in foothills of Mount Gulaga, is the ABC Cheese Factory, where you buy cheese and other gourmet delights.
Rich soils in the region support a range of farms and vineyards. For wine tasting, visit the cellar door of Tilba Valley Wines at Lake Corunna, under the foothills of the Mount Gulaga, an extinct volcano special to the local Yuin Aboriginal people. The winery, near Narooma, has live music twice a month.